Our lives now include living at one of the nicest senior communities in the USA. Rossmoor in Walnut Creek, CA. We will still travel in the RV but not full time.

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Yesterday in Charleston was cold and overcast  with a bit of sun.  Last night Russ and I cuddled all night.  (TMI?) Today we went back into the city and enjoyed being in warmer sunshine.  We walked South on King Street enjoying the old buildings with modern business in them-ie Chico’s.  Our idea was to catch a Trolley and we thought go sight seeing.  Well it turns out that the trolly acts more like a bus in the main historical districts, people get on and off and there is no lovely voice telling you what you are seeing.  Now when you add to that-that I ran to catch the trolley that Russ was trying to hold for me (that’s improvement!) and as a result crunched the knees and am sitting here in the RV with iced knees-OMG!

Charleston really is a lovely city and we are just plain enjoying  being here.  We are waiting on motorhome parts and insurance getting it together to order parts and fix the RV

Anyone got a good book that I should read?   I am searching for something really good.

Forgot to comment on the photos.  I want to buy the orange house on Broad Street.  I love all the houses that keep gas lights going outside.  Also, you can really imagine the city over one hundred years ago.  The narrow streets make San Francisco’s look wide.

Comments on: "Pretty Cold in Charleston SC" (2)

  1. Pmcefalu@aol.com said:

    Kristi…I LOVE Charleston! The photo of the women making the baskets really made me smile AND I bought one!! Safe and happy travels!!! Pat

  2. Jennifer Chiarelli said:

    Hi Kristi,

    Juliana is 18 today! Jack and I threw her a surprise party last Saturday night with Michael and Heather’s help. She really was surprised! She is in the high school play, actually a series of short plays called All in the Timing. Of course she does a great job! As a senior, she has a ton of homework and is applying to colleges. Her top choices are Chapman, UC Irvine and San Jose State. She wants to major in Film Production.

    A couple of weeks ago, our washing machine runners over. It seeped into the hallway, into two of the bedrooms and down into the garage. Our house cleaners didn’t get the water level knob locked in and thus it did not stop filling. Lucky for us, Jack came home about an hour after they had started the washer. Anyway…our homeowner’s insurance covered our loss and Jack and a contractor will do the repairs. Whew!

    Work is very busy for me. It seems to get this way around the holidays. More people becoming homeless, depression and just not able to manage themselves yet alone their kids.

    It sounds like you and Russ continue to be blessed every day! We think of you often and hope that God continues to watch over you on your journey. Happy Thanksgiving!

    Love to both of you!

    Jennifer

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